What you completely fail to understand is that mundane actions done under the influence of ignorance and self-centeredness generate the karma vipakka (consequence of action) which manifests as suffering.
Well Grigoris, you are probably too close minded to even acknowledge what i am trying to convey. Read this and i don''t really care if you reply at all, because you seem very "Traditional" in ideas.
I quote your saying above, that "Mundane actions done under the influence of ignorance and self-centeredness generate the karma vipakka, which manifests as suffering". Now, this is where i get an upper hand in this. The word "mundane" would mean samsaric in a sense. Suppose i am am afflicted by sore throat and have no doctors around me, i will search for herbs and remedies instinctively. This would count as a mundane action and have self-centeredness involved because i am longing to heal myself of a sore throat. You do not expect me, in this situation, to sit there and stare into blank space and suffer this current disease, am i right? Similarly for the OP, The use of white magic may act like the remedy to his current poor condition ( just like crafting and mixing herbs to make a medicine for sore throat in my example)
Therefore Grigoris, i have not ignored your point. Your point is right as the quote above, but it would seem your quote would otherwise contradict the basis of human instincts. One takes medicine when sick, one does a non-harmful spell when needed to help himself. Unless you can even bother to explain the difference between the two mundane actions ( done with self-centeredness ), i will still not get your point.
And for the question i have asked you, Does ignorance mean the inability to see things as they are, or more?